Federal 30 Super Carry

Defensive Ammunition Optimized: Federal’s 30 Super Carry

The last widely popular pistol cartridge intended specifically for concealed carry was the .380 ACP, designed more than 100 years ago by John Moses Browning for the 1908 Colt pistol. I have often looked with mild frustration at the .380 and the ubiquitous 9 mm Luger, our two most common “carry” pistol cartridges.

NRA Gun of the Week: Korth NXR

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff examine a highly customized revolver imported from Korth by Nighthawk Custom.

New for 2020: Nighthawk Custom Tactical Ready Series

Nighthawk Custom expanded into the double-stack world in 2020 with the launch of its TRS Series of guns.

'Unquestionably A 1911:' The Nighthawk Custom/Thunder Ranch Combat Special

American Rifleman Executive Editor Joe Kurtenbach spent time at Thunder Ranch shooting a Combat Special 1911 that's the result of a collaboration between Clint Smith and Nighthawk Custom.

5 Great 1911s Seen At SHOT Show 2020

Among the incredible number of new handguns seen at SHOT Show 2020, five 1911-style guns stood out. Check out these new models here.

New for 2020: Nighthawk Custom Colt Series 70 1911

For 2020, Nighthawk Custom went back to basics by taking the classic Colt Series 70 Government-model 1911 and enhancing it with interior and exterior work.

NRA Gun of the Week: Nighthawk Custom Agent 2 Pistol

Watch as American Rifleman's David Herman examines a highly customized .45 ACP.

Video—ARTV: Nighthawk Custom

ARTV's Joe Kurtenbach takes a trip down to Nighthawk Custom's Berryville, Ark., manufacturing facility, for an inside look at how they build their premium 1911s.

Nighthawk Custom Thunder Ranch 1911 Pistol

Nighthawk Custom’s “One Gun, One Gunsmith” old-world firearm manufacturing techniques meet the famed marksmanship and mindset training principles of Thunder Ranch in the .45 ACP, Government-size Thunder Ranch Model 1911.

Configured For Carry: Springfield RO Elite Operator

There really is no debate as to whether the M1911 is still a relevant, reliable and versatile personal protection platform.

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